Choose from these unique, vividly illustrated, interactive multi-media digital book titles.
Ideal for gift-giving, referencing, knowledge-gaining, study purposes and school projects.
Unique mementos of Australia's past.
Impressions of actual events and characters from the 19th century.

Click on or touch a book-cover to view an excerpt.

Gold Fever excerpt
"Gold Fever"
- by GD Bruny.
Intermedia-Global
silver award-winner
2017.

70 pictorial, textual and audible pages in full colour.

The Smith family were ordinary people who risked all when they voyaged from England to The Great South Land [Australia] in an endeavour to make their fortune on the gold-fields.

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The Stage-Coach Story excerpt
"The Stage-Coach Story"
- by GD Bruny.
Intermedia-Global
gold award-winner
2016.

36 pictorial, textual and audible pages in full colour and sepia-tone.

Freeman Cobb was an American businessman who, in January 1854, began Cobb & Co: Australia's first true passenger stage-coach service, which became a long-running success.

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The Legend of Bogong Jack
"The Legend of Bogong Jack"
- by GD Bruny.
30 pictorial, textual and audible pages in sepia-tone.

John Payne was a 23-year- old English aristocrat whose father banished him to the gold-rush Colony of Victoria in 1853. He became a successful cattle-duffer and horse-thief who was better-known as Bogong Jack.

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A range of other sensational Australian history titles, by the same Author, are also available.
History buffs who use a tablet, laptop or desktop computer can now enjoy reading and interacting with these high-quality collectors' first edition digital publications.

TEST YOUR AUSTRALIAN HISTORY KNOWLEDGE

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Click on or touch the Bogong Jack book-cover above. Read the excerpt, to enable you to become familiar with the story. When you are ready to begin the test ...

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